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Posted On Tuesday, 04 January, 2022

CENTRE WELLINGTON – In response to recent trends that show an increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the province has made the decision to return to the modified version of Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen effective tomorrow, Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. for at least 21 days, subject to trends in public health and health system indicators.
As of tomorrow, all Township facilities will close to the public until January 26, 2022. 
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Posted On Wednesday, 22 December, 2021

Planting of TreeCENTRE WELLINGTON – This fall Centre Wellington received 10 large calliper trees generously donated by the Wellington County Green Legacy Programme for the Township to use for street tree planting. As part of an ongoing pilot project 5 native Ohio Buckeye and 5 native American Mountain Ash were planted on Township streets by staff.
“This is a true example of the great relationship between our Centre Wellington and Wellington County staff. Our employees continue...

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Posted On Tuesday, 21 December, 2021

Council Meeting Date:   December 20, 2021
Strategic Decisions from Council
Mayor Kelly Linton began the meeting by thanking outgoing CAO, Andy Goldie for his 33 years of municipal government and almost 16 years with the township.  “So much credit goes to you for many of the successes in our community” said Mayor Linton.  “Andy always kept his focus on making CW a better place to live.  Thank you for your years of service...

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Posted On Monday, 20 December, 2021

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Township has approved its 2022 budget. The?approved tax rate increase?of?2.16?per cent translates to an increase of $27 on the annual tax bill for the average residential property assessed at $381,095.  
The 2022 budget continues to build on council’s approved goals outlined in the 2019-2022 Strategic Plan
Good Financial Management
Good Government
Safe & Well-Maintained Roads & Infrastructure
Healthy...

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Posted On Tuesday, 14 December, 2021

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Following the lead of the County of Wellington and in consultation with the Medical Officer of Health for Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health, the State of Emergency in Centre Wellington will remain in place.
“In early November we were hopeful that we were on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Warden/Mayor Kelly Linton. “Due to the spread of the OMICRON variant in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph, and its uncertainty,...

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